"I was fed to the wolves": Meghan Markle and Harry accuse Buckingham Palace in trailer
Created: 12/15/2022 7:13 am
By: Annemarie Goebbel
A new trailer reveals massive charges.
For Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, the time of exiting royal family was a big gauntlet.
They first felt “institutional” manipulated, then threatened by the press.
Montecito – Prince Harry (38) opens the new trailer for the Netflix documentary "Harry & Meghan": "I wonder what would have happened to us if we hadn't gotten out in time".
If there has been no concrete attack on the Royals so far, the tone is noticeably more aggressive.
"They happily lied to protect my brother, but they were never willing to tell the truth to protect us," the Duke of Sussex is heard saying.
Then the camera moves to Meghan Markle (41).
Directly and without batting an eyelash, she brings out the punch.
Meghan's accusation sounds bitter: "I was fed to the wolves".
"Our security has been withdrawn. Everyone in the world knew where we were," Meghan said.
"Our security has been withdrawn.
Everyone in the world knew where we were," Meghan said.
Harry answers, "I said, 'We have to get out of here'".
According to the footage brought in by Netflix, it is about the time when Meghan and Harry announced their exit but were still living in London.
Then it gets bitter when Meghan's accusation sounds: "I wasn't thrown to the wolves, I was fed to the wolves".
He and Meghan were victims of "institutional manipulation", Harry classifies his position at the time.
Who the couple means by "you" remains in the dark.
Once the Buckingham Palace (do you mean the Royal Family or Palace staff?) is faded in.
Another version of the clip can be found on the Netflix website, with the mysterious "you" replaced by "the British media".
Netflix Documentary Harry & Meghan
Netflix Documentary Harry & Meghan
The first three episodes of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's highly anticipated documentary series Harry & Meghan began airing on December 8th.
The series gives viewers a glimpse into the Sussexes' love story and their historic decision to retire as working royals.
Harry and Meghan have provided over 15 hours of video footage and a wealth of private photos to complete the six-hour documentary for Netflix.
More than 220 million subscribers worldwide could watch the series.
Part two will follow with parts 4-6 on December 15th.
"They actively recruited people to spread disinformation."
Meghan Markle felt "fed to the wolves" because, as ex-royals, they were exposed to the British press without protection (photomontage).
© "Harry and Meghan", Trailer (Netflix) & Jacob King/dpa
Immediately after Meghan's allegation, Christopher Bouzy, dubbed by
as the ducal couple's "cheerleader," appeared with a statement: "They actively recruited people to spread disinformation." on social media platforms.
He too sticks to the ominous "you" and it remains unclear whether he means the media or the palace.
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Of course, the 90-second trailer should whet your appetite for more when the second part of the documentary continues on December 15th.
The piece of film is full of unseen home footage of the Sussexes and their children.
Eventually, Harry and Meghan documented everything with videos and you can see Harry smiling broadly, reporting on his "flight to freedom" on the plane.
A must for fans, how and if the palace will react is still in the stars.
dailymail.co.uk, Instagram, Netflix.com